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Blame, Culture and Child Protection

By (author) Jadwiga Leigh
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom
Published: 7th Jun 2017
Dimensions: w 148mm h 222mm d 25mm
Weight: 495g
ISBN-10: 1137470089
ISBN-13: 9781137470089
Barcode No: 9781137470089
Synopsis
In recent years child protection issues have dominated media and public discourse in the UK. This book offers a unique perspective by giving voice to those social workers working within a profession which has become increasingly embedded in a culture of blame. Exploring how statutory child protection agencies function, Leigh also reveals how `organisational culture' can significantly affect the way in which social work is practised. Providing a comparative analysis between the UK and Belgium, Leigh uses ethnography to illuminate the differences between the settings by examining how interactions and affected atmospheres impact on their identities. This book reveals how practitioners perceive themselves differently in such environments and explores the impact this has on their identity as well as the work they carry out with children and families. Leigh's enquiry and compelling critique into social work, identity and organisations calls for mutual understanding and respect, rather than a culture of blame.

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